JAMESTOWN – The search for a Jamestown man who has been missing since just before Thanksgiving continued Thursday.
This is the third organized search for 56-year-old Kevin Hornburg, who went missing on Monday, November 22.
The searched focused on the 800 block of Prendergast Avenue, an area Hornburg was last seen.
Searchers including, organizer Merry Williams, were able to make contact with residents who are going to help review security camera footage of his apartment building.
“Today we did finally locate the first camera that could possibly see back to Kevin’s apartment on November 20th,” explained Williams.
In addition to Prendergast Avenue, Hornburg is known to frequent the Tops grocery store on Washington Street and Robo Gas Station on North Main Street. He has a cross tattoo his forearm and another tattoo between his pointer finger and thumb.
If found, Williams says he could be in a confused state as he recently recovered from a coma and could be suffering side effects.
“We are worried that he could possibly be experiencing some confusion,” stated Williams. “He may not even know who he is, or where he’s at, or why he left his apartment that night.”
The family has put together a $1,000 dollar reward for information. Anyone with tips on his whereabouts is asked to contact Jamestown police at (716) 483-7536.